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## What does a curved graph indicate?

Curved lines have changing slope; they may start with a very small slope and begin curving sharply (either upwards or downwards) towards a large slope. In either case, the curved line of changing slope is a sign of accelerated motion (i.e., changing velocity).

## What are curved graphs called?

The formal term to describe a straight line graph is linear, whether or not it goes through the origin, and the relationship between the two variables is called a linear relationship. Similarly, the relationship shown by a curved graph is called non-linear.

**Does a curved line represent a function?**

If a vertical line intersects a curve on an xy-plane more than once then for one value of x the curve has more than one value of y, and so, the curve does not represent a function. If all vertical lines intersect a curve at most once then the curve represents a function.

**How do you make a curve?**

Draw a curve

- On the Insert tab, click Shapes.
- Under Lines, click Curve.
- Click where you want the curve to start, drag to draw, and then click wherever you want to add a curve.
- To end a shape, do one of the following: To leave the shape open, double-click at any time. To close the shape, click near its starting point.

### What are the types of curves?

Types of Curves

- Simple Curve. A curve that changes its direction, but it does not intersect itself.
- Non-Simple Curve. The non-simple curve is a type of curve that crosses its path.
- Open Curve.
- Closed Curve.
- Upward Curve.
- Downward Curve.
- Area Between the curves.

### What are different types of curve?

**What is a curved shape?**

1. curved shape – the trace of a point whose direction of motion changes. curve. bell-shaped curve, Gaussian curve, Gaussian shape, normal curve – a symmetrical curve representing the normal distribution. meander – a bend or curve, as in a stream or river.

**How do you determine if a curve is a function?**

Use the vertical line test to determine whether or not a graph represents a function. If a vertical line is moved across the graph and, at any time, touches the graph at only one point, then the graph is a function. If the vertical line touches the graph at more than one point, then the graph is not a function.

#### What is it called when a graph goes up and down?

You can also describe the graph staying the same using the verb phrases ‘remain unchanged’ or ‘remain constant’. Small changes up and down are called ‘fluctuations’.

#### What are different types of curves?

**What are curves with examples?**

A curve is a shape or a line which is smoothly drawn in a plane having a bent or turns in it. For example, a circle is an example of curved-shape. In Mathematics, Geometry is a branch that deals with shapes, sizes, and the properties of figures.

**How to plot a simple curve?**

plot exp(-x**2 / 2) Usually, you’ll want a little more control over your plot, at least specifying the ranges for the x- and y-axes. You can specify these in a [minimum:maximum]form before the function. Specify the x range first, then the y range. You may leave off the y range, or both.

## How to make plot a curve using JFreeChart?

A Java Swing program for XY line chart example. This program displays a window that contains a chart panel generated by JFreechart.

## How to plot a curve with border around the line?

border-radius: Can be applied to the top, right, bottom and left side. Explanation: If we apply border-radius with 4 values then the first value is for top-left corner, the second value is for a top-right corner, the third value is for bottom-right corner and the fourth value is for bottom-left corner applied respectively.

**How to plot this curve against the original function?**

– To set the x – axis values, we use np.arange () method in which first two arguments are for range and third one for step-wise increment. – To get corresponding y-axis values, we simply use predefined np.sin () method on the numpy array. – Finally, we plot the points by passing x and y arrays to the plt.plot () function.